Users who own the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One version of either game will be able to upgrade to the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X version free of charge when those versions are available. Both titles will also support backward compatibility when the new consoles launch.
I wonder if ESO is getting any graphics updates? They could increase it across the board given how strong both new systems are plus PC. Thinking like how EVE Online improved graphically since it launched.
Looking forward to all the digital foundry comparisons. Its going to be interesting to see if devs just bump current gen games to 4k 60fps and call it day or if they spend more time adjusting and adding features.
In regards to Eternal, hopefully the later since there is a PC version which has settings that go beyond the console versions. Also, the Xbox One X already runs the game up to 1800p so if they just bump the res up to 4K it wouldn’t be as noticeable of an upgrade.
I don’t see why Bethesda would do that considering the current gen consoles are not at parity.
That’s a good point actually. On paper the Series X has the horsepower to run the Xbox One X version at 120fps, but it probably can be pushed further. Doom Eternal is also the type of game that would benefit from it as well considering how fast paced it is.